Celebrating precious memories of food from years gone by will be a big focus of the Slow Food Swan Valley group’s presence at the Gidgegannup Small Farm Field Days this year.
Three months on since their community was gutted by fire, Gidgegannup locals are rallying together to hold an event expected to lift spirits and bring crowds back to the town.
WA’s $50 million honey industry will be buzzing when the State’s annual Honey Festival event is held at this year’s Gidgegannup Small Farm Field Day.
At just 28 years of age, Andrew Cosgrove is continuing a family tradition as he dedicates energy and commitment to the task of organising the 2021 McIntosh & Son Mingenew Midwest Expo.
The new chair of the 2021 Donnybrook Apple Festival is hoping an interactive regenerative agriculture pavilion will spark people’s interest in the concept.
Local models took to the runway to exhibit local designs from vendors including the Williams Woolshed.
WA College of Agriculture — Denmark students shone at this year’s Wagin Woolorama Young Judges Championships.
The Norrish family, of the Kojonup-based Angenup Merino and Poll Merino stud, set the benchmark at Wagin Woolorama’s WA Australian Sheep Show.
A Perth-based butcher with a paddock to plate ethos snapped up the lion’s share of the Wagin Woolorama’s offerings during the annual Prime Yearling Beef Auction.
From jumping a fence and throwing eggs to rolling a 44 gallon drum at high speeds, Wagin Woolorama’s Young Farmers challenge put competitors to the test.
A passion for engineering, a trade in welding and fabrication and an idea sparked on the farm was the recipe for success behind one of the Wheatbelt’s up-and-coming engineering businesses.
A young Poll Dorset ewe won top spot in this year’s Wagin Woolorama interbreed competition, much to the delight of the long-standing Narrogin-based stud.
The first major WA agricultural field day in a year kicked off in fine fashion on Friday, with farmers and exhibitors rushing to Wagin for two days of country fun.
Gun shearer Luke Harding set a rapid pace and stuck clean blows to win the open class in Wagin Woolorama’s annual shearing competition for the third time in a row.
A Ravensthorpe cropper with a passion for poultry has won the bird of show ribbon at this year’s Wagin Woolorama with a Dun Old English Game poulet.
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